Tracksuits, hoodies, suits and club shirts are some of managers’ preferred outfits on a match day. But not all of them look cool. Here is the list of 5 managers that we think are best dressed in the Premier League.
Jose Mourinho doesn’t think he would be allowed to make a political statement on the touchline like Pep Guardiola.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) December 8, 2017
Manchester City boss has been a stylish figure form his days at La Liga, Bundesliga and today in the Premier League. He can put on a suit and tie, a short sleeves shirt and small sized trousers or a club’s shirt and trainers and still look cool.
Unai Emery on continuing transfer speculation…
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) January 6, 2019
The Spanish tactician seems to have good days ahead at Arsenal considering his today’s performance. When it comes to preferred fashion style on the touchline, Emery’s taste is a suit and tie.
Jurgen Klopp on Harry Wilson “He found a brilliant club and obviously a fantastic manager at Derby. They play really good football. The Man Utd game really was impressive – not only the result, but the way they played, it suits Harry, obviously, that they play football” pic.twitter.com/sDuECgyHMD
— RamsChat (@Rams_Chat) October 19, 2018
If you are an entertaining manager like Jurgen Klopp, a suit won’t a good choice for you. The German tactician prefers hoodies, tracksuits and t-shirts while on touchline and it perfectly suits him.